Enhancing your Rails app with SQLite: More ActiveRecord adapter improvements

After opening my first few ActiveRecord PRs last week, I kept going and opened 4 more to bring more key improvements to the SQLite adapter.

All in all, I have opened 3 pull requests to bring larger, existing ActiveRecord features to the SQLite3Adapter:

In addition, I have also opened 3 additional pull requests to add some new, SQLite-specific features:

I am chatting with the Core team and trying to get all of this work into the upcoming 7.1 release, but nothing is set in stone yet.

Regardless, I thought it would be useful to take the next few posts and dive into the details and use-cases for each of these features in turn. I already started this by writing up how to setup custom primary keys in your Rails app.

Up next, I will write up how to use generated columns in your Rails app. So, keep your eyes out ๐Ÿ‘€

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